I appeared on Culinate.com earlier this month, in conversation with the marvelous Leah Koenig (who also selflessly volunteered at the Silver and Ash event.) The Culinate Interview talks with people who are “doing influential, important, or just plain unusual work in food.” I’m in good company, snuggled between interviews with Mark Bittman and Frank Bruni. Holy moly!
What does history taste like? For Sarah Lohman, a New York City resident and self-described “historic gastronomist,” that question is key to understanding the past.
With Culinate, Lohman talked about the importance of making history personal, her weeklong adventures with Jell-O, and which contemporary cookbooks she thinks will stand the test of time.
Read more here.